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THE REGIUM DONUM.

LOCAL COURTS.

LORD RADNOR'S POST OFFICE…

OUR TRADE WITH CANADA AND…

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SCENE IN THE HOUSE OF LORDS…

SECOND READING OF THE MAYNOOTH…

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.

NEWPORT AND PONTYPOOL RAILWAY.

MONMOUTH.

ABERGAVENNY.

POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. DIVISION OF NEWPORT.—SATURDAY, MAY 31. [At Messrs. Birch and Davis's Office.] Present—Rev. James Coles, Rev. H. Williams, and John Russell, Esq. Mr. William Graham, of Usk, inspector of weights and mea. sures appeared to prosecute informations against the under mentlOned parties for having in use light and unjust weight8 namely :—Sarah Young, of Machen, shopkeeper. Richard Forster, of Bassalleg, shopkeeper. Henry Charles, of Bassalleg, shopkeeper. John Jones, of Castletown, innkeeper and coal- dealer. The inspector seized half a dozen weights more or less defi- cient, from Mrs. Young, and none of them were stamped.— Fined 10s. and costs. Forster and Charles were each fined 10s. and costs for an ex- actly similar offence. Jones was fined 10s. and costs for using seven bricks in weighing coal, instead of a half hundred weight. The bricks were twelve ounces short of the quantity. I

TOWN-HALL, NEWPORT.—MONDAY,…

THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 1845.

CARDIFF POLICE.—SATURDAY,…

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Fire and Loss of Life in Fenchurch-street.

HOUSE OF LORDS.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.

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.d'-The New Barracks, at Bristol.

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